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Father’s Day Competition 2nd Prize Winner

3rd July 2017

Yonas Beyene from Newhaven came 2nd in our Father’s Day Competition. continue reading

We have an award-winning nursery!

3rd July 2017

Tates of Sussex has been awarded the BPOA (British Protected Ornamentals Association) Home Grown grower of the year award at the National Plant Show in Stoneleigh for our commitment to growing our own plants. continue reading

Peacehaven Open Gardens

1st July 2017

Peacehaven Open Gardens, sponsored by Paradise Park Garden Centre, was another resounding success this year, raising £750 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice. continue reading

Local cheeses a hit at British Cheese Awards

22nd June 2017

High Weald Dairy, near Haywards Heath, West Sussex, walked away with not one but THREE awards at this year’s British Cheese Awards continue reading

Donated Topiary Ball

21st June 2017

After a topiary ball was stolen from the HQ of Southwick division of St John Ambulance, Mayberry Garden Centre came to the rescue and donated a replacement. continue reading

Seahaven Academy

20th June 2017

Seahaven Academy Teachers Angela Brookes & Vicki Bowles recently set up an after school gardening club and emailed local garden centre Paradise Park for help continue reading

ETC Sussex Donation

15th June 2017

Volunteers from local charity ETC Sussex are busy planting their vegetables donated by Paradise Park. continue reading

1st Ditchling Beavers Nursery Tour

7th June 2017

The 1st Ditchling Beavers came to South Downs Nurseries for a free Nursery Tour. continue reading

Walkers raise over £1,000 for charity

30th May 2017

Walkers completed a sponsored 20km walk from The Shoreham Centre to the South Downs Heritage Centre in Hassocks over the bank holiday weekend, raising more than £1,000 for The Budding Foundation continue reading

Paradise Park receive life saving defibrillator

29th May 2017

East Sussex Deputy Lieutenant Juliet Smith and Newhaven Mayor Steve Saunders are pictured presenting Mark Gilbert, Sales Director of Tates of Sussex Garden Centres and Sharon Saunders with a life-saving defibrillator. continue reading